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Mark WhiteResearcher of the Week:
Mark White


Meet Mark...
He is a Photography major and an URA Scholar. Besides being a full-time student, Mark works one full-time job, one part-time job, and manages his own photography business.

His research (with infrared photography) will explore the latent imagery that can not be seen with the naked eye. He proposes the question, "do we still see landscapes in the same light that we did centuries, or even decades ago?". Mark will travel across the country documenting various locations to seek out the hidden beauty of the landscape. His future plans are to expand his research in infrared photography further into more types of environmental conditions and geographic locations to determine the effects these changes have on the technology.

Read more about his research here...

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